The Farm will be supplying dining spaces at the new eco-property.
Luxury hospitality group The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts has announced it will be opening a Thai property in Krabi in February.
The Pavilions Anana Krabi takes over from what was the Anana Krabi Ecological Resort and is positioning itself as an eco-sustainable destination on the southwest coast of Phang-Nga Bay.
The resort, surrounded by Krabi’s picturesque limestone cliffs, will focus on wellness and environmental good practice.
A restaurant, cafe and vegan cooking school will be supplied with produce grown at ‘The Farm’, which will use eco-farming techniques such as composting and water conservation.
Eco-friendly guest experiences will run from solar-powered long tail boat trips along the local mangrove rivers, to an on-site yoga and wellness centre with sauna and steam rooms, spa treatment rooms with locally-inspired menus and products and a Himalayan salt room.
Residents will also be able to take a dip in the mineral-rich waters of the resort pool, which are sourced from neighbouring volcanic mountains. And at the end of a blissful day, the resort’s 360 Bar is well-positioned for soaking up the sunset.
Fifty-three guest rooms offer private balconies; there are larger spa and family suites available for bigger groups or those seeking more space.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Anana Krabi to The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts family and to expand further the eco-side of our brand, joining Himalayas and Mongolia,” said Gordon Oldham, founder and owner of The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts. “We envision guests will be seeking a sustainable and wellness-oriented experience for their holiday in 2021 and beyond, and we’re delighted to add another location for guests to experience the unexpected.”
The Pavillions Hotels & Resorts counts nine properties across Asia and Europe in its portfolio, with five more in the pipeline including two in Europe and three more in Asia.
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